Definition for DIS-SIM'I-LAR

DIS-SIM'I-LAR, a. [dis and similar.]

Unlike, either in nature, properties or external form; not similar; not having the resemblance of; heterogeneous. Newton denominates dissimilar, the rays of light of different refrangibility. The tempers of men are as dissimilar as their features.

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